προπετές, where it was thrown down: schol. “ἐρριμμένον” (cp. 695) “καὶ προπεσὸν χαμαί.—ὅθεν”, by attract. to “ἐκ γῆς”, instead of “ὅπου”: cp. Thuc.1. 89§ 3 “διεκομίζοντο εὐθὺς ὅθεν” (=“ἐντεῦθεν ὅποι”) “ὑπεξέθεντο παῖδας καὶ γυναῖκας”. In Soph. O. C.1226 the doubtful “κεῖθεν” is not similar.— προὔκειτ̓, ἀναζέουσι: past tense combined with historic pres. ( Soph. Ant.254 n.).— θρομβώδεις ἀφροί, foam, thickened into clots (“θρόμβοι, τρέφω”): hence the plur., which Seneca imitates, Herc. Oet. 737 Quin ipsa tellus spumeos motus agit.
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